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A man who seriously injured a Highlands Ranch jogger in a 2015 hit-and-run has been sentenced to one year in jail and four years of probation. Markus Lide, 32, of Highlands Ranch, struck Tina … more
Wayne Connell knew his wife, Sherri, was ill, but nobody else could tell. “We would park in disabled parking and people would yell at us for parking there,” Connell says. “We'd have people follow us all the way into the store, then my wife … more
Zak Solis, 19, has dreamed of owning his own restaurant since he was a kid. That dream will become a reality this fall, when he opens Vitality Bowls at the Promenade at Castle Rock. “I’m just excited to finally have my dreams come true,” … more
Ten-year-old Rachel Bloomfield's favorite subject is science. And for the Student Innovation Expo at Mountain Vista High School, she showcased her edible water bottle project. “Chefs use these materials to make things look like caviar,” the … more
Three families who want to use the Douglas County School District voucher program to send their children to a private Christian high school in Highlands Ranch plan to appeal a federal judge's ruling … more
Colorado Community Media won more than 30 Colorado Press Association awards — including General Excellence in Advertising among large-circulation weekly newspapers — at the recent state convention in Lakewood. Also in the large-circulation … more
Even though a Texas school district has formally announced her as the lone finalist for its top position, Douglas County School District Superintendent Elizabeth Fagen has not yet officially resigned. She said June 9 that she expects to do that next … more
The family of a teacher who died from cancer and another former teacher have sued Douglas County School District for what they describe as "systematic" discrimination and retaliation against their … more
South Metro Fire Rescue is the first fire district in Arapahoe and Douglas counties to activate two smartphone applications that firefighters hope will improve sudden cardiac arrest survival rates by alerting CPR-trained professionals and … more
When Jackie Millet was growing up, staying in one place was not something typical for her, and her four years in college was the longest time she can remember being at any one school. After university, her traveling life continued as she began … more
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